Yes, 9 hours. It's not a layover, but an intended trip. I'm flying into town to bet on matchups for the Breeders' Cup. I've wanted to do it before, but living in Dallas, the logistics were a bit difficult to get in and out of town quickly. Now living in LA, I can fly from Burbank to LAS in just an hour. So I will be hitting up the following for unique matchups and props since there isn't a standard rotation for them and different book operators will have different offerings: Wynn SLS (William Hill) LVH Palace Station (Station) Venetian/Palazzo (Cantor) Mirage (MGM) I think this would cover it. So the plan is to rent a car and try to be as efficient as I can in gathering all of the lines and getting down to business to decide what will be put into action. With that I'm thinking of going the following route, using valet at every property and a few dollars to keep the cars close: McCarron Car Rental Mirage Palace Station SLS LVH Venetian/Palazzo Wynn I thought that making a big loop and crossing LVB as little as possible would be the way to go. I get into town at 8 AM on a Thursday and leave at 5:30. So between dropping the car and getting back to the airport, I have about 8 hours to get everything done and hopefully grab a bite to eat. Thoughts?